After Gettysburg: Lee surrenders to Grant
DANVILLE — Col. Charles Eckman, of Danville, was among the officers who attended the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant.Continued ...
Full-time status for Danville employees
DANVILLE — Four Danville borough employees have successfully completed their probationary periods and were granted full-time status by Danville Borough Council.Continued ...
Best-selling author Shaara: Writing novels 'a marvelous ride'
DANVILLE — Author Jeff Shaara never expected to be a best-selling writer with 13 novels under his belt.Continued ...
Wheels, wings rule day at fly-in
RIVERSIDE — Airplanes and tractors joined dozens of automobiles at the annual car show held at Riverside’s Mountain Aviation on Sunday.Continued ...
“This thing seems to be growing each year,” said Jon Payne, who operates Mountain Aviation with his wife, Joni.
Hip-hop fundraisers to help Danville causes
BLOOMSBURG – Fitness instructor Hidi Horikoshi will hold two fundraisers to benefit Danville charities.Continued ...
Serving with soldiers was Barton's crowning achievement
DANVILLE — Clara Barton preferred being behind the artillery or in line with the infantry boys in blue.Continued ...
Police: DUI driver had learner's permit
MAHONING TWP. — An Orangeville man, using a learner’s permit, was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol after police observed him traveling in the middle of passing lanes of Route 11 on June 20.Continued ...
DUI charges: Truck hit parked car on Mulberry Street
DANVILLE — A borough woman was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol following an accident July 13 in the 100 block of Lower Mulberry Street.Continued ...
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